ENJOY a time travelling comedy thriller,the latest offering from Titchfield Festival Theatre.

Communicating Doors tells how Ms Poopay Dayseer,a 21st Century Specialist Sexual Consultant, whilst peddling her ‘services’ to an elderlyhotel room client, unexpectedly finds herself running for her life.

It brings her face to face with Ruella who apparently died under suspicious circumstances twenty years earlier.

Learn how Poopay’s gradual friendship with thatremakable woman changes the future for both of them.

See the show at St Margaret’s Arts until Saturday, December 1.



THE original Grimm Brothers tale is brought to life in panto style by Warsash Theatre Club from Thursday.

The traditional pantomime Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, containing all the goodies and baddies with a few additional comic characters, is at the Victory Hall in Warsash until Saatuurrddaay, DDeeceemmbbeerr 1.

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THE Queen of Hearts and a cast of villains are taking over Pantoland and all its characters.

Can Alice and her band of friends old and new stop the evil Queen before it’s too late or will evil triumph over good this time?

Find out at Alice in Pantoland, written specially for the Performing Arts Company by Lee Marks.

The cast will take to the stage at the Berry Theatre form Thursday to Saturday.



IT’S all gone haywire!

You’re looking forward to a naughty weekend away with your sexy assistant. What could possibly go wrong?

Well, everything! Your granny, son and pregnant daughter turn up on the doorstep, not to mention the new puppy.

It’s a recipe for disaster.Or is it?

Lee Players present Haywire,acomedy by Eric Chappell which is at Crofton Hall Theatre in Stubbington tonight and tomorrow night.

Tickets: 01329 662128.


PANTOMIME returns to Swanmore next week in the form of Beauty and the Beast by Ben Crocker.

Expect all the fun, comedy and capers you would expect from a traditional panto at Swanmore Village Hall from Thursday to Saturday.Tickets can be booked on 01489 894955.


IT’S another outing for the popular and witty play based on the true story of a group of WI members who hit the headlines with their rather unusual calendar.When Annie’s husband John dies of leukaemia, she and best friend Chris decide to attempt to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They persuade four fellow WI members to pose nude with them for an “alternative” calendar, with a little help from hospital porter and amateur photographer Lawrence. The news spreads, and the paparazzi descend on their small, rural village. The calendar is a success, but Chris and Annie’s friendship is put to the test under the strain of their new-found fame. Presented by Portchester Players at Ashcroft Arts Centre in Fareham from Wednesday to Saturday.



THE Cheriton Players are polishing up their lines, set, costumes and props – including an amazing puppet show made by Henrietta Hellard – for the next show,which gets under way on Wednesday and runs until Saturday.

Alan Ayckbourn wrote the classic Season’s Greetings in the 80s but the sentiments in many a household will remain entrenched to this day.

With the festive season nearly upon is, who cannot associate with the family squabbles?

Call 0844 8700 887 for tickets.